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‘Drawn to the Wall VII’ invites artists to create temporary works of art

The drawings only last through the end of the exhibition, Aug. 17, at the Jundt Art Museum.

UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 7, 2018, 10:51 a.m.

Reliving Rodin: Jundt Art Museum opens exhibit of works by the father of modern sculpture

The new traveling show, secured by the Jundt with the help of a grant by Spokane Arts, is being offered by the Cantor Foundation as part of last year’s activities …

New Jundt exhibit celebrates Inland Northwest landscapes

The First Inland Northwest Juried Landscape Art Exhibit is part of the museum’s recurring summer series, Close In.

Everyday objects lend insight into ancient Roman culture at Jundt

‘Roman Myth and Mythmaking’ at the Jundt demonstrates how Romans constructed and spread their cultural and religious beliefs through the small objects they used every day.

Jundt exhibit brings artists to the museum to draw on the walls

Drawn to the Wall VI at the Gonzaga University museum features works created by 8-by-11-foot panels by Spokane area artists Travis Masingale, Lisa Nappa, Tresia Oosting, Garric Simonsen and Lance …

Deceptive by design

He put his birds in boxes and hung the boxes on the wall as an announcement, or an insistence, to the world: These fake ducks are art, too. He was …

Whirlwind of work

Terry Gieber, inventor of the tornado jar, likes some muscle in his weather, a show of strength. But on his arrival in Eastern Washington some 30 years ago, the artist …

Ansel Adams’ war-inspired Manzanar photographs land at Jundt

By 1942, Ansel Adams has established a successful career as a commercial and landscape photographer. He’d traipsed about the American West, capturing in glorious black and white the now-famous images …

Jundt director hopes ‘What is Art?’ stirs questions

At first glance, the pieces seem to come from different worlds. Ruben Trejo’s “Cruciform # 94 (In Honor of My Mother)” hangs in the Jundt Art Museum next to Franz …

Man sentenced for defrauding would-be Chihuly art donor

SEATTLE — Jim Coombes was trying to surprise his wife by amassing a collection of works by famed American glass artist Dale Chihuly to donate to Gonzaga University in Spokane, …

Artist captures everyday magic

Pencils. Tractors. Kitchen knives. Wooden spoons, bottle openers. Great pyramids, stone sphinxes, diesel engines. Harrington, Wash., artist Leslie LePere, whose show is underway at the Jundt Art Museum, finds magic …

Wash. man charged with selling fake Chihuly glass

SEATTLE — A Washington state man has been arrested on charges he sold fraudulent Dale Chihuly glass sculptures to a collector who planned to donate them to Gonzaga University.

Catch renowned artist’s work at GU’s Jundt Art Museum

An exhibit opening Friday at Gonzaga’s Jundt Art Museum pulls together much of the university’s collection of work by glass artist Dale Chihuly. The Tacoma native’s pieces have been exhibited …

Spotlight: GU brings Chihuly to Bing

Renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly will be in Spokane next month in conjunction with an exhibit of his works at Gonzaga University’s Jundt Art Museum. Chihuly will give a free …

Jundt’s sideshow

The circus is coming to Gonzaga University. No, we’re not talking the start of undergraduate classes Aug. 28. Or the first home basketball game at the Kennel later this fall.

Spotlight: Acclaimed classical guitarist LeFevre to perform Friday

Michael LeFevre, an award-winning classical guitarist and professor at Walla Walla University, will perform Friday at the Holy Names Music Center. LeFevre will present the premiere of “Sonata” by Bryan …

Artwork at Gonzaga unveils biblical narrative

At the Jundt Art Museum on Gonzaga University’s campus, 16 pieces of art on display are united by this theme: The Holy Family. Crèches, lithographs, wood engravings and etchings depict …

Living in ‘LIMBUS’

Harriet Sanderson sees art in infirmity. The Seattle artist’s show, “Limbus,” which comes to Spokane this week, features canes, beds and chairs, among other mixed-media installations.